wine and posies westminster eventFri, July 21st, 6:30-9pm
Wine & Posies (additional dates, July & August)
"Wine & Posies"
...a perfect summer pairing Spend an evening sipping wine and designing a beautiful bouquet with locally-grown flowers from Stoney Acres, Hampstead and Patchwork Dahlias, Westminster. Our first class was a big hit! Connect with your inner-design diva using the summer's bounty of colorful, fragrant flowers & greens. We will explore current design trends and you will take home a flower-filled vase and design materials. Admission includes a light wine tasting. Additional glasses/bottles of wine available for purchase. Come on out for an enjoyable evening of fun and a beautiful arrangement to give as a gift or keep for yourself.Sign up


Wed, Aug 2nd
Teacher's Day - Wine Specials
Honoring all the teachers out there! With summer winding down, you'll want to put the vineyard/winery stop on the calendar and stock up for fall!
Come on by for some wine and relaxation! 15% off wine bottle sales for our teachers. Bring a snack or enjoy some local cheese at the vineyard with your wine!

Fri, Aug 4th, 6-9pm
First Friday, Event Live Music
Enjoy live music as you sip wine by the vineyard! Bring extra lawn chairs, pack a picnic if you like and enjoy the evening serenity of the vineyard.

Fri, Aug 11th, 6:30-9pm
Yoga in the Vineyard
The evening begins with a sweet hour long yoga session co-taught by yoga instructors Bethany and Kelly among the beautiful vines. Following yoga, enjoy a wine tasting along with a delicious spread of lite fare. From there on out, kick back and chill with your favorite bottle and friends. Grab your friends and a yoga mat for the perfect evening of yoga, wine, and friends under the summer evening sky. Cost per person is $25. Register online at:Sign up

Sat, Aug 12th, 6-9pm
Second Saturday Event: Live Music

Yoga in the Vineyard


Fri, Sep 1st, 6-9pm
First Friday Event

Sat, Sep 9th, 6-9pm
Second Saturday Event Live Music: Soulflower

Yoga in the Vineyard

Sat/Sun, Sep 16 & 17th
Maryland Wine Festival

Open every Sat & Sun 10:30am-6pm. Open Wed, Thur & Fri 12:00pm-5:00pm.
Come in and visit to see some of our new décor, wine gifts, and snack offerings such as local cheese, mustards, sausages, olives, crackers and chocolates. You are always welcome to bring your own snack or picnic as well!

As, always you can make a special appointment to visit by calling 410.848.6511.

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*For all 'First Friday' and 'Second Saturday' Music Events -- In our warmer months, pack a picnic, some extra lawn chairs and enjoy the music and wine! Free admission. Tables and chairs are available on a first come, first serve basis. If you can, please carpool due to limited parking for our boutique vineyard. Our Tasting room is open from 10:30am-8:30pm on 2nd Saturdays.



*Yoga and Wine in the Vineyard"
Join us for an evening of yoga and wine at Serpent Ridge Vineyard in Westminster, MD.  Following a 75 minute yoga class consisting of unique vinyasa sequencing, playful twisting postures and supported relaxation, we will enjoy tasting several different wines offered by Serpent Ridge.  Take your mat outside, and see what a difference it can make!  Participants will delight in the experience of outdoor yoga in a beautiful setting, light refreshments, wine tasting, a souvenir glass and community building with like minded individuals.  The cost of the event is $25 per person which includes wine sampling. Light fare will be provided and more wine is available for purchase after yoga class. Rain dates for these events are the Sunday following the event.



For more Maryland Wine information & activities:

The official site of the Maryland Wine Industry

The official site of the Maryland Grape Growers

Places to visit in and around Carroll County, MD:

Carroll County Farm Museum

For information about Carroll County hotels and Bed and Breakfast sites visit

Best Western, located near McDaniel College in Carroll

Historic Gettysburg, information on the Battle of Gettysburg, The Gettysburg Address, and the present day National Park.